Women of the Early 1800s

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Many women linked themselves with the _____________ movement because they related to the way that slaves were being treated.
Who is remembered for her crusade against cruelty in prisons and hospitals for the mentally unstable?
Daughters of a slave owner, the __________ sisters fought for women's education and the anti-slavery movement.
Women were strong supporters of the __________ movement because it led to a rise in spousal abuse.
Women were encouraged to be ___________ mothers that enstilled partriotism in their children.
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Women were known as the '__________ sex.'
At the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848, women created the _____________ ____ _____________.
True or False: Although women lacked many rights in the early 1800s, they were allowed inheritence rights.
True or False: The Declaration of Sentiments did not immediately change any women's rights.
True or False: Women were cheaper and more willing to do the jobs nobody else wanted.
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The Seneca Falls Convention was led by Elizabeth __________ and Lucretia Mott.
In ________, Massachusetts, teen girls worked cheaply and were forced to send their textile earnings back home.
True or False: Coach Reason loves Grace.

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